Peer-to-Peer: Recommend a Book!

by C:F Team on 2nd December, 2014 at 12:21 PM CEST

GROWR's TIP NO. 14 says: "Reading is among greatest mental activities you can gift your brain with. Read everything, don't be selective! You will sharpen your sense of criticism and you will start to more easily navigate through the sea of information you are bombarded with during your day. Reading will boost your soft skills, communication skills at work, will enable you always to wisely answer your e-mails; will ease the way you proof-read people's intentions. Reading will always supply you with fresh ideas what to do next when in dead-end situation or not predicted situations at work, with family or friends. On the other hand, re-reading will supply you with the skillfulness to always look for the deeper, hidden meanings in books, texts, people...

When you meet someone for the first time is like when you open a book for the first time. You will always recall the first impression, but the inner cognition will come only later on, after several meetings, after several re-reads of the page."


Christmas and New Year are upcoming! This means a chance for extra hours for ourselves and some time for a good read. Therefor, what would it be: you would re-read and something you would recommend others to read?

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Maria Steinsson

Maria Steinsson

Everything from first woman academic in France, Marguerite Yourcenar! :)

12th December, 2014 @ 12:26 PM CEST

Stefan Alievikj

Stefan Alievikj | C:F staff

Virginia Woolf - The Waves <3

12th December, 2014 @ 12:30 PM CEST

Muhammad Ali Ali

Muhammad Ali Ali

Feeling Good by David D burns........
an amazing reading...................

14th December, 2014 @ 12:39 PM CEST

Velimir Tasic

Velimir Tasic

Hi Dear peers,

Book recommendations:
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin.

Business @ the Speed of Thought: Succeeding in the Digital Economy. by Bill Gates.

Thank you for opportunity to share experience.

Reading is an platform that contributes to different understanding of the world around.

Enjoy in reading and recommend further.

3rd January, 2015 @ 8:03 AM CEST

Muhammad Ali Ali

Muhammad Ali Ali

Dear Velimir Tasic:

thnx so much to share with us such amazing books:)

3rd January, 2015 @ 1:16 PM CEST

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